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An Astráil: With Denise O'Hagan

Two Poems by Featured Poet, Judith Beveridge

Not for nothing is Judith Beveridge known as ‘one of Australia’s most gifted poets of both the natural and the human world’, as these two works amply demonstrate!

Two poems by Anne M Carson

These two compositions by Australian poet Anne M Carson are as sensual and precisely structured as the music that inspired them!

1 Poem by John Bartlett

History and a lingering sense of grief come together in this haunting work by Australian poet John Bartlett which delves into the enduring legacy of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Two poems by Kimberly K Williams

Kimberly K Williams knows just how to hold up a mirror to the precise nature of her wonderment at nature, and we find ourselves immersed in her delicate reflections.

1 poem by John Robert Grogan

Let yourself be carried along by the lyricism and tightly packed melancholy of this villanelle by Irish-Australian poet, John Robert Grogan!

1 Poem by Geoff Page

Australian poet Geoff Page gives us pause in this wryly contemplative depiction of our demise in ages past, ‘before the age of masks’.

ONE POEM BY NICOLE SELLERS

City dwellers, this provocative poem by Nicole Sellers, with its ironic delivery and thickly packed images, will make you look twice at how you live your life!

A Poem by Kathy Parker

Kathy Parker conjures up seasonal melancholy with a languorous longing, and a sensitive rendering of its subtler aspects.

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